Grants Manager

Closed: 10 December 2021
Finance Fundraising

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  • Salary £37,500 per annum
  • Location SW3, London,London, Greater London (On-site)
  • Job Type Contract, Full-time
  • Sectors Health, Medical
  • Job Reference : 159132_RBH

Job Title: Grants & Impact Manager
Job Base:
250 Kings Road, London SW3 with Hybrid working
Responsible to: Chief Finance Officer
Salary: £37,500 per annum
Contract: 12 months fixed term
Hours of work: Full time

Dedicated to treating and beating heart and lung disease.

About us 
Our Charity funds innovative treatment, equipment and research at Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals, that fall outside of NHS funding.

Many of our projects are not just ‘nice to haves’ but are essential to the lives and wellbeing of patients and their loved ones. From the small but impactful, like camp beds for parents to stay beside their child at night, to bigger appeals such as our Transplant Appeal, funding pioneering technology to give more patients the chance of receiving a life-saving transplant.

Our core values are defined by our culture, inclusively bringing together a diverse group of employees working collectively to achieve our vision.

Purpose of the role 
To strengthen the impact our funding achieves by setting up a formal grant management process which focuses on impact, whilst assisting the fundraising and finance teams and strengthening partnership working.

Who we are looking for 
This role will lead on the development of an interim grants management process, so would suit an individual with grants management experience and an understanding of financial and grant management systems. You will have excellent relationship management skills to support and nurture new and existing relationships with stakeholders, working collaboratively to achieve strategic objectives. An understanding of grant governance is crucial to supporting our grantees. You will be assessing relevant funding proposals, ensuring required guidelines are met to develop a healthy compliance culture with all donor requirements. An ability to process and interpret complex information and an understanding of the grants management cycle is key for this role.

Closing date: 9 am on Friday 10th December 2021
1st stage interview 15th December 21
2nd stage interview 21st December 21


If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the button to be directed to our website.

Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity are committed to enabling a positive work-life balance for our employees along with supporting a culture of team working.  We are therefore currently trialing hybrid working arrangements.  These arrangements include flexibility around the number of days we ask you to be in the office (40%) and some flexibility to the hours of work. 

No agencies please.